3 Tips For Preparing Your Wood Particle Board Table To Be Refinished

Posted on: 29 August 2016

If you have a table that is made of particle board, which is also known as pressed board, and it has recently begun to show signs of surface damage, it is important to know that it may be possible to restore much of its original appearance. Unfortunately, it is not unusual for many people to accidentally damage a favorite piece of furniture by refinishing it without adequate preparation. If you want to restore as much of the unblemished appearance of your table as possible, the following information about cleaning and priming it beforehand will be very helpful.
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How To Prep Your Hardwood To Be Refinished

Posted on: 9 August 2016

Do you have an old hardwood floor that needs to be restored? Luckily, with the right tools and a little bit of know-how, refinishing hardwood floors is a manageable DIY project. This article explains the best tools and techniques to use when prepping your residential hardwood floor to be refinished. That should help you decide whether it is a project that you can do on your own, or if it is something that you should leave to the professionals.
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Design Ideas: Choosing The Right Asphalt Shingles For Your Roof

Posted on: 7 July 2016

With all the roofing options available, it may seem difficult to choose a product when it comes time for a new roof. Asphalt shingles are one of the most common and cost effective options, but you will still have a lot of choices to make. The following guide can help you choose the asphalt shingles that will best compliment your home. Know your shingle types Asphalt shingles comes in three main varieties:
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3 Tips for Extending the Lifetime of the Hardwood Floors in Your Kitchen

Posted on: 6 July 2016

Having hardwood flooring in your kitchen can help give the space a sophisticated look as compared to a floor made of tile or laminate, but hardwood flooring does require special care in order to stay in good condition in the years after the installation. If you're concerned about your hardwood flooring getting damaged by simple wear and tear, it's a good idea to look into what you can do to extend the lifetime of the hardwood floors.
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